The practice of yoga is not only about changing the body, brain, headstands, or even about gaining greater happiness and joy. Yoga aims toward transcendence of all those things. In a way many of us rush from one day to the next, constantly trying to change our health, our body, or our emotions, or to plan our future. Yoga opens up the possibility of connecting to what we already have — to who we already are.
Human life is precious and life is a school. Learn to handle 3M: Mind, Mouth and Muscles with 3D: Determination, Discipline, and Dedication. Smile and be sincere to learn techniques, tips, and tricks to improve the quality of health and life.
The three driving forces that guide us in all aspects of our lives are Passion, Compassion, and Dispassion
Passion is the seed for all creativity. It ignites the light of energy and enthusiasm. When this passion is directed towards the benefit of all, it is sustainable and long-lasting.
Compassion instills the spirit of service to society and humankind.
Dispassion enables us to move forward. It enables us to let go and evolve to the next step. This cyclical journey is essential to embark upon for a healthy and happy existence. The Science Behind Yoga: the transcendental possibilities of the mind, concentration, and meditation allow us to experience the Absolute Truth, param-satya.
Art in its initial stages is science; science in its highest form is art. ”Yoga is a “disciplinary art that develops the faculties of the body, mind, and intellect. In other words, at first, the artist must master the technique, just as the scientist who wants to master science must-see beauty in truth